5 Feb 2012

Hebrews, Waiting at the Entrance

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The Biblical letter of Hebrews stirs up a lot of confidence, but it also stirs up a lot of fear. Can it be understood without twisting its meaning to fit our own preconceived ideas? Continuing from last week, Adam and Jim examine the letter in view of its intended audience so that we might better understand what it can mean to us.

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